Hate against the NFL proves impeachment wont stop Trumps America

Hate against the NFL proves impeachment wont stop Trumps America
Which do Trump fans love more, the NFL or President Donald Trump? According to the New York Times, it’s not the NFL. After the president’s vulgar criticisms against NFL players who kneel for the national anthem to protest police violence against Black Americans, and the subsequent backlash from various players and coaches, Trump fans are now much more likely to view the NFL negatively than positively, according to Morning Consult polls. Over 60 percent of Trump voters see the NFL “somewhat

Mike Pence put the NFL controversy back in the headlines because that’s right where Trump wants it

Mike Pence put the NFL controversy back in the headlines because that’s right where Trump wants it
Image: drew angerer/getty imagesAs far as dumb stunts go, this one was pretty smart: Vice President Mike Pence put the ball through the uprights, and got the NFL protest controversy back into U.S. headlines over the weekend for his boss. Pence, as you've probably already read, went to ostensibly watch an Indianapolis Colts game, but left after some players on the visiting San Francisco 49ers team knelt during the national Anthem.  The stunt—all indications are that Pence attended the

Prince Harry meets lookalike in Canada

Prince Harry meets lookalike in Canada
How Invictus Games 'brought me back'Another Twitter user posted a video of fans waiting to spot the prince outside a Toronto hotel, shouting "Harry!" when Mr Scotti walked through the doors. Mr Trudeau, walking behind him, goes almost unnoticed until he jokingly points to his photographer and waves. Skip Twitter post by @la03la @JustinTrudeau you sneaky prankster. Would the real #princeharry please stand up? @AdamScotti had me fooled for a second there :P #Toronto pic.twitter.com/RQUvPwF7h1— Lisa (@la03la) September 24,

Could You Answer Oxford University’s Notoriously Difficult Interview Questions?

Could You Answer Oxford University’s Notoriously Difficult Interview Questions?
"Is it easier for organisms to live in the sea or on land?" "Would it matter if tigers became extinct?" "Why do humans have two eyes?" And finally, "Tell me about a banana." The interview questions for prospective students at Oxford University have a reputation for being difficult and, well, just a little bit weird. But to secure a spot at one of the most prestigious and highly-ranked universities in the world, you have to prove you're a flexible and original

Merriam-Webster finally adds these spicy and political words in the dictionary

Merriam-Webster finally adds these spicy and political words in the dictionary
Sriracha is there too!Image: Nick Ut/AP/REX/ShutterstockOur favorite dictionary-turned-Twitter-wise-guy is back with fresh insights into our crazy, crazy times. SEE ALSO: Monday's Google Doodle is an ode to English lexicographer Samuel Johnson Merriam-Webster is expanding its vocabulary list with over 250 new words and definitions. While some of them reflect outstanding technological and societal changes, others seem to hint at how messed up our post-Trump era has become. Two of the new words included in the dictionary's recent additions are

Soccer Gets Even More Political in Spain

Soccer Gets Even More Political in Spain
In normal circumstances, it would be a routine soccer match for Spain.But the standoff between Catalonia and the government in Madrid has turned the national team's World Cup qualifier against Albania on Friday evening into a stage for the divisions now dramatically splitting Spain.Barcelona defender Gerard Pique emerged as the lightning rod following his support this week for the Catalan independence referendum and a picture of him voting. Among his critics was former national teammate Alvaro Arbeloa, who said his actions